#WorldofSymbolism . . . The dove




“Beginning with the Egyptians, the dove was as symbol of quiet innocence.
The Chinese felt the dove was a symbol of peace and long life.

To early Greeks and Romans, doves represented love and devotion, and care for a
family. The dove was the sacred animal of Aphrodite and Venus, the goddesses of
love. The dove also symbolized the peaceful soul for many cultures.

The Bible continued this symbolism, often referring to the dove as an animal
representing love, loyalty, fidelity and honesty. The dove is entrusted with the
olive branch when Noah hopes to find a new home for himself and his flock.
The dove often also represents the Holy Spirit.”

~ Cynthia Davies






Text & image credit: Cynthia Davies


#WorldofSymbolism . . . Black birds



Black birds are symbols of transformation
and reaching for higher knowledge
as well as messengers from the spiritual realms





Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL

#Symbolism . . . The Dragon.




To the ancient Druids, the Dragon symbolized the union
of the beneficial elements of water and air, matter and spirit.
The fiery breath of the Dragon was believed to purify and give new life.





Beautiful art by Anne Stokes
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL

To be a Flower, is profound Responsibility —




“to pack the Bud –oppose the Worm
Obtain its right of Dew —
Adjust the Heat — elude the Wind —
Escape the prowling Bee
Great Nature not to disappoint
Awaiting Her that Day —
To be a Flower, is profound
Responsibility —”

~ Emily Dickinson








Text & image source: Jana Eid

#SoftTuesday . . . The people that love your simply for being you.




The best kind of people are the ones that come into your life
and make you see sun where you once saw clouds.
The people that believe in you so much, you start to believe in you too.
The people that love your simply for being you.
Those once-in-a-lifetime kind-of-people..




Text & image source: Welcome Home

#WorldofSymbolism . . .the bear and Artio




Artio is a Celtic Goddess of wild life, transformation, and abundance.
Artio comes from the old Celtic word for bear.
Bear goes into hibernation pregnant and comes out in the spring
giving birth symbolic of the Goddess and her journey
through life, death and renewed life





Beautiful art by Alexander Uglanov
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL

High recognitions . . . Keep the Pineal Gland operating


“Keep the Pineal Gland operating
and you will Never grow Old,
You will always be Young”

~ Edgar Cayce ~




image: tumblr photograpy
Text & image source: Zura Shishani